Sydney's festival of light illuminates famous landmarks
Check out these colourful photos from Sydney, Australia, as buildings are lit up during the city's 18-day festival of light.
As first sight this might seem like a giant butterfly, but look closely and it's actually images of butterflies which have been projected onto the side of Sydney Opera House. It's part of a series of buildings in Sydney which are being lit up for the city's annual festival of light.
And these kids are having fun jumping on lit-up circles on the ground.
Who doesn't like bunny rabbits? These giant inflatables are lit up from the inside and are part of a display on Sydney's shore line.
The equipment used to light up the landmarks uses special software to project an image onto the building's side. There seems to be a common theme - lots of colour.
These children are helping make the festival more luminous as they play with sparklers in front of one of the displays.
There's also a light show featuring a ballet dancer and swans from Swan Lake. The images have been projected onto spraying water.